One of the largest of its kind, HSBC's Global Markets business offers detailed knowledge of local markets and extensive experience in emerging markets. With a full array of global market capabilities, our Relationship Managers and product specialists work together to help develop solutions for your needs.
HSBC Futures provides clients with strategic guidance and operational support. We have dedicated teams in major markets around the world, memberships on over 30 exchanges and access to more than 60 countries2. HSBC Futures is ideally-positioned to provide expertise and insights into local market developments all over the world.
With access to energy, soft metals, base metals and agriculture markets, HSBC clients benefit from:
Our experienced team of specialists is on hand to provide hedging advice and help you spot opportunities to fund a more efficient and profitable global operation over the long-term.
With HSBC's global coverage, our clients can diversify further than ever before. Access to mature, emerging, and frontier markets, combined with our ability to structure one-of-a-kind rates products, allows HSBC to offer corporations highly-customized strategies to:
Here are just some of the products able to help you navigate important milestones, mitigate institutional risk and target returns:
With a precious metals department that dates back to 1853, HSBC is deeply entrenched in the world's gold, silver and platinum markets. We were a founding member of the silver fixing in 1897 and the gold fixing in 1919. We have also been the only member of all the London daily fixings, which include platinum and palladium.
Our capabilities include spot trading, swaps/forwards, deposits, loans, physical shipments, clearing, custody, and research. HSBC's experts are deeply involved at every stage of the value chain, from exploration and development to operations and industrial manufacturing. We have metals trading hubs and analyst teams in New York, London and Hong Kong, and sales desks located around the world, including Switzerland, Turkey and UAE.
At the heart of our offering is the ability to see the entire precious metals universe at once, from the latest exploration activity to emerging trends in supply and demand. Armed with this insight, we help our clients execute strategies with confidence. We serve clients in virtually every industry that deals with precious metals, including:
Working with an HSBC Global Relationship Manager, you can seamlessly integrate precious metals solutions with all of your other banking, credit, investing and financial services needs across the Americas and around the world.3
Email us or call us4 today at 877.472.2249 TTY/TTD: (800.898.5999).
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1 Due to regulatory limitations, US customers may not be able to trade futures in certain non-US jurisdictions.
2 The HSBC Group operates through a network of affiliates and subsidiaries around the world.
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